Country singer Adam Tucker to perform at WWU

Country singer and songwriter Adam Tucker and his band will do
a Tim McGraw tribute show at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6
on William Woods University’s Junior Lake dock.
During the concert, they will perform a song with special ties to WWU.
Tucker recently recorded “Southern Choice,” a song written by
the Rev. Travis Tamerius, WWU’s chaplain and an avid Mizzou Tigers fan, to
celebrate the University of Missouri joining the SEC athletic conference. It is
available in the iTunes store, and all proceeds from the sale of the song
support the continued efforts to rebuild Joplin, Mo.
Now Tamerius and Tucker have teamed up with David Anderson, president
of Chimaeric, to produce a music video to accompany the newly released song.
Anderson is a 1999 Fulton High School graduate who received a bachelor’s degree
in communications with an emphasis in visual arts from William Woods University
in 2003. He is also a graduate of the New York Film Academy at Universal
Studios in Los Angeles, Calif.
Portions of the music video will be shot Sept. 5 at the Blue
Note in Columbia in what is being touted as “Las Vegas quality entertainment
with a Missouri Tiger twist.”
A Nashville recording artist and Las Vegas entertainer, Tucker
performs as part of the Country Superstars Show at the Golden Nugget Casino. He
has traveled all over the nation performing his Tim McGraw tribute show,
singing McGraw’s popular songs from the ’90s, such as “Don’t Take the Girl,” “I
Like It I Love It” and “Everywhere,” as well as McGraw’s current hit songs.
Though equally passionate about sports, Tucker
officially retired from playing semi-pro football in 2003 to concentrate on his
music career. Later the same year, he released his debut CD called “It Ain’t Me Anymore,” on which he
wrote or co-wrote eight of the 12 tracks.
Tucker has performed at prestigious venues like
Nashville’s Wild Horse Saloon
and has opened up for or shared the stage with more than 40 major recording artists, including Trace
Adkins, Jason Aldean, Taylor Swift and Luke Bryan.
The WWU concert is free and open to the public.
The audience is encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the
The Adam Tucker concert is part of the annual
President’s Concert and Lecture Series, which brings speakers and top
entertainment to campus for the enjoyment of students and the community. For
more information on the concert, contact Brenda Foster at
To hear the song and learn more about it, go to  To help fund the production of the music video
and rewards that can be gained from donations, visit